Wow, the frost and red hues in this shot are amazing! This picture is so clear, and the rocks in the foreground pop out of the rolling mountains and the surreal sky in the background just right. Wonderful job!
That means nothing in fact ^^ an original image is never "true", first there are pre-editings inside the camera depending the modes and camera you use, and a camera has a real poor dynamic range compared to our eyes that obliges us to do some complicated editings. All my images are processed on photoshop, this step is the same than the labo for an argentic image. Then, this absolutely doesn't mean that what you see on my images is fake. All is true, usually I tend to show the best of the scene I've scene, I do some adjustements on colors, contrast, etc, but, the nature of the colors is always true, I try to make everything fit with what I've seen, still it's impossible to make it exactly real, and I think the aim of an artist is to have a personnal identity that people can recognize through his works, to do a purely neutral work would kill this identity. I hope you understood what I said ^^ this is a subject that often comes on the table and people misunterstand many points... "super light button" doesn't exists on photoshop, under every of my landscape images there are hours of works, and before this, a huge training to find the best moment, which took years.
Hmmm to answer you, it seems the feature doesn't work, you can't put the thumbs if you don't have a premium account, got the same surprise recently. I thought it worked before even with a free account. But obvioulsy now it doesn't. ^^